Sunday, December 11, 2011

[digital] Dominik Eulberg - Diorama Remixes Pt. 2

Dominik Eulberg; remixes by Stephan Bodzin, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Hot Chip, Extrawelt, Gabriel Ananda, Rone
Name: Diorama Remixes Pt. 2
Genre: techno
Label: Traum
Catalog: TRAUMV145
No. of tracks: 8 (digital), 4 (vinyl)
Type: unmixed


01. Der Tanz Der Gluehwuermchen (Kollektiv Turmstrasse "Dirt Glow" Remix)*
02. H2o (Hot Chip Vocal Edit Mix)*
03. Die 3 Millionen Musketiere (Extrawelt Remix)*
04. Die 3 Millionen Musketiere (Gabriel Ananda "Kleines Woelkchen" Remix)*
05. Der Tanz Der Gluehwuermchen (Rone Remix)
06. H2o (Hot Chip Extended Vocal Mix)
07. H2o (Hot Chip Extended Instrumental Mix)
08. Teddy Tausendtod (Stephan Bodzin "Zebra" Remix)

* on vinyl release


Dominik Eulberg`s nature inspired top class album Diorama (a review here) got it`s second remix pack, not long after the first one hit the stores, featuring works by Stephan Bodzin and Petar Dundov (a review here). With names like Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Gabriel Ananada and Extrawelt involved, there is no chance you can go on with your life without listening to it.
Kolletiv Turmstrasse`s remix contains some sentimental techno (as usual) in the form of a slow chilling track. Hot Chip delivers a more alert song, remixing one of my favorite tracks from the original album, H2O. Vocals are added to the equation, resulting in a quite good piece of work, but not as good as the original. For the ones enjoying it, the digital versions contains two extended (to 12 minutes) versions. Die 3 Millionen Musketiere is by far my favorite track and I listened to it a million times by now, and I am pleased to say that Extrawelt came up with an interesting vision, more calm than the original, but still maintaining the melodic line that made the track excellent to start with. And for those in need for a more alert version, techno master Gabriel Ananda comes up with a remix that closer resembles the energy of the original. As a digital bonus, besides the two extra versions by Hot Chip, we get a remix by Rone that reflects the melodic points of Der Tanz, and the 3rd remix of Teddy Tausendtod by Stephan Bodzin. He definitely loves this track, as he submitted already 2 strong remixes for Part 1. The third vision takes a path of downtempo minimal techno that ends it all in a very original way. To sum up, great names created a great remix pack. I only hope the trilogy will be completed :)

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